Babson’s campus holds a variety of venues where students can meet, both formally and informally, to discuss ideas, get to know one another, or just hang out. Here are a few of the most popular:
Connected to Trim Dining Hall, Roger’s Pub provides students a venue to relax and socialize on campus, with booths to sit and relax and pool table. Roger's has theme nights with food specials and is a great place to meet up with friends.
The center of multifaith activities on campus, the Glavin Family Chapel provides members of the Babson community with a sanctuary to practice their religious faith, seek inspiration and guidance, and find peace in the quiet of a sacred place. People of all faiths, cultures, and traditions are welcome.
Graduate Student Lounge
Located on the ground floor of Olin Hall, the Graduate Student Lounge provides students with a space to sit back, relax, and even watch a little television.
Reynolds Campus Center
The Donald W. Reynolds Campus Center is a 38,000-square-foot facility that serves as a crossroads and living room for the campus. As it houses the Campus Store, Sustainability Office, Health Promotion, dining options, gaming options, student mail services, a student resource room, you will spend a lot of time at the campus center. View our virtual tour to take an inside look at Reynolds through the eyes of fellow students.
Trim Dining Hall
Trim Dining Hall provides students with “all you can eat” dining option with a flat rate for entry. Comprised of many dining stations, you can choose from traditional American ‘comfort food’ to cuisine from around the world. Graduate students can enter at a discounted rate on Fridays.
Located on the ground floor of Park Manor Central and accessible 24/7 (with OneCard), the Diversity Suite is a space for students to engage in conversations and programming around identity, diversity and inclusion. Preference in room reservation given to culture/faith/identity- based group meetings and events
Woodland Hill Building 4
Woodland Hill Building 4 contains a space for those in residence to socialize.